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these days. while biden is a se-- here's betting that age alone won't derail the biden '16 train. but here's something that might. hillary clinton. she is by far the biggest obstacle standing in biden's path. her popularity has soared in the four years. she put the natural claim as obama's right ffl successor. so much so that i doubt biden or anyone else will run if she does. there is, however, a good argument to be made that clinton will end up passing. popularity she's enjoyed these past years is new for her. remember how she and her husband were tormented by the other side. she's proved all she wanted to prove in elected politics and wants to try something else. if clinton isn't in the mix, biden claimed the obama mantle will be strong. and loyal v.p.s into popular second term presidents have a leg up in getting nominations think of george h.w. bush. that's when he called himself pro-choice and ran for president calling reagan's presidency voodoo economics. he spent the neck eight years serving the president. five other republicans ran against bush in 1988 each claiming to be a more wor
of women who are just waiting to lead. >> well, yeah, on that point, i would bet good money you won't have an all-white male democratic field in 2016 even if hillary didn't run. people around amy klobashar has ambitions. it seems to me there's a fundamental change here looking at the woman running for president before up until hillary in 2008, a lot of candidacies symbolic, sort of started and pulled back and now i think it's a new era and standard on the democratic side and i believe the republican side, too. you can put kelly aotte's aim out there. one woman will be in the race for each open nomination and then multiple women. >> i think that's absolutely right. look. i think after 2012 we showed and demonstrated the power of women. we are the majority of voters. you know? women are simply, you know, they're chomping at the bit. sitting at the edge of the seats. they want to elect women. i see that here in my race in new york city and women are ready. when you see the debt crisis, we need more women in office and washington to simply get things right. >> we need more women in washington
if it's the right strategy. i wish he had not ruled out the 14th amendment or the coin. he is betting that the republican party is not completely insane. i hope that's a good bet. i'm not sure it is. what the republicans are doing is saying that's a nice economy. like a 1930s gangster movie. that's a nice economy. pity if it blows up if you don't pay me off with what i want. that's a direct threat and the hostage is the entire economy. we will default and if we default, we will have a depression. a real depression and the interest rates will spike on every public and private loan. we will have a mass unemployment like now. now. i love the mafia analogies. keep it up. the sandy relief bill. this is not supposed to be politicized. 179 republicans in the house vote against it including people from louisiana, mississippi, alabama and gulf states y. did it become so politicize and have a hard time getting through? >> i don't know. maybe it's because it's the first time that we had disaster relief of a large amount since this congress got elected. certainly there was a list of something lik
's still resonant to a significant portion of the right. i accept and i just bet right now i bet we get some kind of -- >> let's not say a significant portion of the right. that's a little -- >> a significant enough portion in a lot of house disfrikts a majority of republicans in the house will probably end up voting no on whatever the final -- but the point i'm trying to get to is this. we're talking about this in terms of long term future of the republican party and coming off the disaster of 2008 -- the disaster of 2012 and repairing the image with the latino community and thinking of the republican party's relationship with black voters. >> yep. >> post-1964 when republicans nominated an anti-civil rights candidate. never again made that mistake. for civil rights. totally on board and never purged from their ranks, they never purged a message that was very -- that really turned off black voters, they never exceeded 20% with the black vote even after 1964 and even if you pass comprehensive immigration reform, you have to get rid of the nativism, too. >> you don't have to go back that
realities of that that i understand pretty well. >> i bet you do. >> steve schmitt made an interesting point with rachel maddow saying we tend to think of this as a partisan issue. it's more of a regional issue. we show regional ownership of guns by region. do you think that these new groups that come up, mayor bloomberg's group and gabby giffords and mark kelly's group, over the long-term that they can shift the political calculus and shift that cultural dynamic that is in play right now? >> first of all, it's not just a regional thing. it's by party as well. if you look at polling on guns and possession of guns and types of weapons and so forth, republicans are strongly in favor of being extremely cautious about imposing any new restrictions. democrats are pretty strongly in favor. independents are split right down the middle. again that's something that democrats have to be concerned about. i don't claim to be steeped in the gun culture, but i worked in kentucky for years and i know the state and the people there and they rightly care about their guns not only for constitutional reasons,
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is too small. >>> this being a smart audience i bet you can tell the difference between a horse and a zebra but can you identify the family, geous, species, and sub see piece of every animal on the planet? we see guns in the movies, many of us own them, but few of us are experts. the last lexon of gun verbiage is technical and misused most often by the voices most vocal. sometimes it's ignorance but more often it's an effort to scare and confuse the public. either way if ear going to solve gun crime we have to get our facts straight. here is a crash course. the term rapid-fire is meant to conjure scary images of fully automatic bullet spray. think rambo. but the weapons use in aurora, newtown, around virtually every other shooting in recent history were not fully automatic. rapid fire doesn't describe the gun used. it describes the shooter's ability to shoot and reuse quickly. when you say you want to ban rapid fire guns, you might be talking about the handgun your mom keeps by her bed or even the shotgun your dad shoots deer with. there's no such thing as high capacity ammuniti
? >> by the way -- >> you may remember on friday i lost a bet to toure and wearing the hat. speaking of -- >> speaking of communicable diseases. >> your hair looking better since then. >> the lice of the hat, carrying the flu. i think that was -- anyway -- >> meningitis. that's where you got it. >> the lice had it. i will never know. >> fumigating. >> a facebook app to find the lice with the meningitis. >> to make the most awkward transition i wanted to carve out a few seconds and i'm going to use it now to talk about something else that's in the news today and someone else in the news today. unfortunately, who passed away last night and that's richard ben cramer and watching this channel today and online today, if you've heard of him, you know. if you didn't, you've probably heard the basic story today. he was a terrific, great writer. wrote about baseball a little bit but the seminole work is politics. sort of about the 1988 campaign and really about six of the candidates that ran that year. it was their life story and more than that. it was an amazing book. you want to understand
'm krystal ball. hillary clinton found a hot seat. bet you didn't know i did sports and weather. >>> i'm steve kornacki. the forecast is dreary but in a turn of events al roker or krystal couldn't predict partly cloudy sunny days in the senate or not. >>> i'm s.e. cupp, women have reasons to take notice. >>> i'm toure and we need all the soldiers we can get. the monster squid is real. don't believe me? i'll show you the videotape. >> what? >>. >>> all that and something that didn't happen in 97 years. scott walker is probably marking the occasion. you're in "the cycle" and we are ready to roll. >>> the stage is set. the handoff has begun and to quote the beatles for secretary of state hillary clinton, she says hello and we say good-bye. hello-hello. this morning the present secretary and the future secretary appeared before the senate foreign relations committee as kerry's sure march to secretary of state began. >> if you confirm me, i would take office as secretary proud that the senate is in my blood. but equally proud that so, too, is the foreign service. >> this comes less than 24
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